I'm on the case.
Jem Marsh appeared at the West Essex National Speed Trial, North Weald, Sunday 3 April 1960.
Motor Sport, May 1960, Page 356.
Marcos entered for Mid-Cheshire Motor Club meeting, Oulton Park, Saturday 28 May 1960, but Bill Moss DNS: "engine trouble" in practice
Goodwood, 9 July 1960, see DFF 529 at right:
"Marsh's prototype side-valve 1172 Marcos was naturally far slower than Moss'." Bill Moss in 150 BTM
Oulton Park, Saturday, 23 July 1960
Three cars entered for Bill Moss, Jem Marsh, S.J. Diggory
"Designed by aircraft builder
Frank Costin, and built in the
little Welsh town of Dolgellau,
the Marcos is a two-seater
covered car with room for
Bill Moss, (Luton), class winner, up to 1000 c.c., 68.92 m.p.h.
Bill Moss was a class winner at August Bank Holiday Brands Hatch, 10-lap Wrotham Trophy race for GT cars.
Oulton Park, 1 October 1960
"Diggory had the satisfaction of
winning the Formula Libre 10 lap
scratch race with the Lister Jaguar-
with Colin Escott aboard-but he
had no luck with his Frank Costin
designed Marcos which had to be
withdrawn from two races with fan
belt trouble. Costin, who was to have
driven, had his own private troubles.
The Dolgellan engineer appeared on
the track with his left arm in a sling
a sequel to the Marcos engine dropp-
on his arm when it was being
fitted on the previous evening."
S. J. DIGGORY
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Edited by Rupertlt1, 16 January 2020 - 00:41.